Obesity and dopamine receptors | Food on the Brain
Some research shows that obese people often can have reduced dopamine receptors, meaning that genetically they are transposed to "need" or "want" more food due to a skewed reward system in their brain.Tweet
The science of food addiction | Darren McGarvey's Addictions
Darren talks to experts about what is going on in the brain when we eat certain foods and how the reward system affects out neuro-pathways.
Food addiction experience | Darren McGarvey's Addictions
Addicts who have given up alcohol and drugs talk about how food can still be a drain on their lives.